Don't miss this impressive infographic from in the pdf file of this article: with data+
How much progress has been made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions? Not much, based on the numbers in these charts. #CoveringClimateNow
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers
Global fossil CO₂ from 1900, shown as a 'streamgraph'. Inspired by figure, with some inspiration from , , , , ... Not yet convinced of style, but glad to hear your thoughts...
Very helpful article on ‘The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers’
A issue dedicated to #ClimateChange Yes, It's Time to Act. Great cover by By the numbers: by #openaccess
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions.
Total CO2 emissions by country: Top 5 (2018) 🇨🇳 China: 27% 🇺🇸 United States: 15% 🇪🇺 European Union: 9% 🇮🇳 India: 7% 🇷🇺 Russia: 5% More numbers behind climate change here 👇🏼 #CoveringClimateNow
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions.
Fairness: Per capita emissions Climate change by the numbers with Global Carbon Project data
This week's Nature was sobering in terms of what's required
"As global temperatures rise, they put billions of people at risk of heatwaves, water shortages and a range of other problems. And these impacts fall hardest on the poorest and most vulnerable people." The hard truths of climate change in
As scientist, I sympathise with the activists calling for urgent #ClimateAction. 7-Oct starts #InternationalRebellion. Worldwide. I wish much wisdom in hosting the event in NL. The supporting scientific evidence: #ClimateChange
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions.
A really great piece in Nature on the state of play in terms of emissions and the sobering reality of where we need to go. All illustrated clearly and in very stark terms
Many thanks for informative piece!* However, current plot makes it look like data compare carbon sources & sinks, instead of showing increasing emissions- consider replotting vs fixed Y axis for clarity? Thanks! *
Should countries with higher per capita emissions (left) or more cumulative emissions (right) do more to cut emissions, yes, but does a 50% reduction in emissions in a decade (1.5°C) leave space for fairness?
Do or Die. Today . Current trends versus trends consistent with current commitments to reduce GHG emission
Very much worth reading on the day of the U.N. Climate Summit. Follow the numbers, not the rhetoric
Interesting set of data and visualizations of on climate change, including emissions, policies, and impacts.
Next week counties are to give concrete plans compatible with 1.5/2°C: India's pledge is basically business as usual, with large growth in emissions, but that is compatible with 2°C 🤔. Countries reducing emissions are insufficient. 1/ #UNClimateSummit
CC is “an unconscionable assault on the poor”! “progress is stalling at a time when it is supposed to be accelerating ... This transformation needs to happen in the next ten years ... and it has to involve everyone." The hard truths of climate change.
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions.
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers #GlobalWarming #rechauffementclimatique
How nations, along with the environmental movement, have failed to curb climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions
An interesting new way to show emissions (using data). Though, same story, emissions still continue up, up, & up... Seems the data is centered so that half emissions are above & below zero. I am curious for thoughts...
Stunning graphics that help show what the world is (not) doing about #climate. Particularly embarrassing - U.S. commitments are 'critically insufficient'.
Need some numbers on global emission trends? Check out ’s recent feature for #SEJ2019
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers
The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers. A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions.
The hard truths of climate change — troubling charts that show how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions #ClimateAction #CoveringClimateNow #ClimateEmergency
Great piece in Nature by Jeff Tollefson: ‘The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers’. “Global progress is stalling at a time when it is supposed to be accelerating,” Paola Yanguas Parra, Climate Analytics, based in Berlin.
“Never doubt that one person can make a difference.” — Ingrid Newkirk #ICYMI — The hard truths of climate change — by the numbers 👇 “If you’re reading this, it’s (not) too late.” #ClimateStrike
These and many more hard truths collected by about the inadequacy of current climate policy offer ample justification for tomorrow's #ClimateStrike: .
"A set of troubling charts shows how little progress nations have made toward limiting greenhouse-gas emissions" Even the good news -- that most new electricity generation capacity is renewable -- is not so good, as renewables' capacity > generation.